Review April 13 1968 JOHN WHARTON DAVID DOUGLAS DUNCAN
This item is in stock
More magazines at the MOREMAGAZINES ebay STORE!
RARE literary magazine! Each Saturday Review of Literature issue covers books, arts, literature, movies, ideas, music, science, poetry and much more. Many regular features and writers, most reviews are also essays on the subject at hand. Exclusive MORE MAGAZINES detailed content description, below!
MORE Saturday Review magazines -- CLICK HERE!
Issue Date: April 13, 1968; Vol. LI, No. 15
IN THIS ISSUE:
This description copyright MOREMAGAZINES Any un-authorized use of this description is strictly prohibited.
GATEFOLD COVER: "Sunday Afternoon on the Island of Grande Jatte", by Georges Seurat. (See fine arts).Collection The Art Institute of Chicago.
The Making of Leaders, by John F. Wharton. Where does leadership come from? How can it beimproved? A prominent attorney's case for researchinto a little-understood field.
Is the Presidency Manageable?: An Editorial.
One Man Sees the Vietnam War,by David Douglas Duncan. A noted combat photographer, back from Khesanh,protests "the tactics . . . the destruction . . . thewar rhetoric.".
1984 Minus Sixteen and Counting,by Richard L. Tobin.
Letters to the Communications Editor.
Public Relations: L. L. L. Golden.
Books in Communications: Stuart W. Little.
Publicity Itch on Capitol Hill,by Tom Littlewood. A Washington correspondent ponders the scramblefor the spotlight among Congressmen.
SR's Sixteenth Annual Advertising Awards: New Perspectives for Persuasion,by William D. Patterson. Corporate concern in the public interest: 1968citations for distinguished campaigns.
What Is Happening to UHF? by John Tebbel. The "forgotten" TV medium emerges "from a longand painful adolescence.".
RCA's Corporate Image: Anatomy of a NewTrademark, by Robert W. Sarnoff. What elements enter into the modernizing of afamous company emblem?.
SR: REVIEWED IN THIS ISSUE:
Check List of New Books.
"Tune," by Lawrence Durrell.
Letters to the Book ReviewEditor.
The Publishing Scene, by David Dempsey.
"The Walls of Jerusalem: An Excursion Into Jewish History,"by Chaim Raphael.
"Notes from the Frontier," by Hugh Nissenson.
"Brendan Behan: Man and Showman," by Rae Jeffs.
"Richard Wright: A Biography," by Constance Webb.
"The German Atomic Bomb: The History of NuclearResearch in Nazi Germany,"by David Irving.
"Strategic Persuasion: Arms Limitations Through Dialogue,"by Jeremy J. Stone.
"Les choses: A Story of the Sixties," by Georges Perec(Fiction).
"The Imaginocrats," by George Constable (Fiction).
"Taming Megalopolis," edited by H. Wenttvorth Eldredge;"Goals for Urban America,"edited by Brian J. L. Berry andJack Meltzer; "The UrgentFuture: People, Housing, City,Region," by Albert Mayer.
"Not So Rich As You Think," by George R. Stewart.
The Publishing Scene: David Dempsey. A World Bank of Knowledge that maintains acultural balance of payments.
ABOUT THE COVER ... Katherine Kuh.
THE THEATER: Henry Hewes. Tennessee Williams's "The Seven Descents ofMyrtle"; Ron Cowen's "Summertree.".
SR GOES TO THE MOVIES: Hollis Alpert. Ingmar Bergman's enigmatic "Hour of the Wolf";"No Way to Treat a Lady"; "And ThereCame a Man.".
BOOKED FOR TRAVEl: Henry C. Wolfe. Austria's Burgenland: A jug of wine, a loaf oflegend in the "garden of Vienna".
TV-RADIO: Robert Lewis Shayon. The Win Trap: In the ratings race, place orshow means out..
MUSIC TO MY EARS: Irving Kolodin. Father, Dear Father, Come Home to Carry Nation.
"God Has Those Angels", by Helen Dance. (Alice Babs (with photo), and Duke Ellington)
"Johnny Hodges Still Cares", by Burt Korall.
"G & S Elixir"; Jazz LPs.
PHOTOGRAPHY: Margaret R. Weiss. Film Firsts in Flashback.
WORLD OF DANCE: Walter Terry. Dance Joys at Juilliard.
AS OTHERS SEE US: Nicholas G. Balint. Foreign press commentary and a readers' mailbagfrom abroad.
Phoenix Nest: Martin Levin.
Top of My Head: Goodman Ace.
State of Affairs: Henry Brandon. Spring Blooms in Prague: Behind the Czechosloyaks' surge toward liberalization.
Chess Corner: Al Horowitz.
Manner of Speaking: John Ciardi.
Trade Winds: Jerome Beatty, Jr.
Wit Twister No. 55. Letters to the Editor. Literary Crypt. Literary I.Q. Kingsley Double-Crostic No. 1775.
This description copyright MOREMAGAZINES. Any un-authorized use of this description is strictly prohibited.
This RARE edition magazine is COMPLETE and in VERY GOOD condition (see photo).
USE BUY IT NOW to get it SOONER!
DECADES of Saturday Review magazines -- CLICK HERE!
|Combined shipping for multiple purchases, please see our STORE for: MOREMAGAZINES|
Only a fraction of our inventory is listed at auction: MUCH more in our STORE! To search all listings, enter your search term(s) in the search box below then click Search:
SHIPPING/DELIVERY and other INFORMATION:
Specific SHIPPING CHARGES and OPTIONS are listed below, at the bottom of this page. We can keep our shipping rates low as we only cover our costs to pack and ship these items. DISCOUNTS for Multiple items for USA (ONLY) Delivery available!
[NOTE: USPS does not guarantee delivery times for most deliveries! We will pack and ship your item with 24-48 hours of payment, but actual arrival depends on the mail. ALL Items are insured and guaranteed by MORE MAGAZINES.]
STANDARD -- Domestic standard mail, best rate available. Delivery time: 4-10 days, but can be longer.
EXPEDITED -- shipping is USPS Priority Mail. Delivery time: 2-5 days, up to 10 days in rare cases.
EXPRESS MAIL -- is USPS Express Mail. Delivery time: 1-2 days, Guaranteed. [This can depend on the time of day your payment arrives. Confirm for fastest service.]
CANADA/WORLDWIDE -- Actual shipping rates for AIRMAIL ONLY. ASK about multiple items.
PAYPAL is preferred; Payments are accepted by all eBay accepted methods.Use the PAY NOW button to make payment or to get payment information. EBAY will also send payment information. We follow all of eBay's rules and regulations. An INVOICE will be sent within 24 hours with all relevant information as well. Shipments and notification are made usually within 1 to 2 days of receipt of payment. All magazines and ads are placed in an archival quality polyethylene sleeve, and packed with cardboard backing; Posters are shipped in tubes; All items are packed very carefully. If you have any questions, SEND EMAIL. Questions are always answered. If there is a problem, we want to solve it -- SATISFACTION GUARANTEED!This description © Edward D. Peyton, MOREMAGAZINES. Any un-authorized use is strictly prohibited.
Please make payment or let us know your payment plans within 5 days of the close of this sale!
Search our store for any word that would be in our listings!
Simply enter your search term in the search box below then click Search:
Powered by eBay Blackthorne 04.00.027
On Apr-02-10 at 16:59:34 PDT, seller added the following information:
Sellebrity Analytics: Determine the best days and times to list. It's free.
On Aug-11-10 at 14:46:24 PDT, seller added the following information:
Sellebrity Analytics: Determine your best-selling ads and templates! It's free.
Click Here. Double your traffic. Get Vendio Gallery - Now FREE!
E-mail a friend
about this item.
Return to Catalog